1974 Airstream Overlander 26′
Client: Married couple from SoCal
Vessel: 1974 Airstream Overlander 26′
Location: Southern California
Purpose: Vacation home
The owners of this 26’, 1974 Airstream Overlander, named Mary, plan to split their time between a Southern California ocean view property in winters and a Canadian forest in summers.
Comfort features of this elegant design are a custom-cut queen-sized bed in back, full bathroom in the mid-coach, and a convertible dinette / sleeper in front that seats six for a meal, or quickly converts to a comfy bed to sleep two adults.
Quick-and-easy access to centrally-located bathroom and kitchen for a family of four, or two couples, is clearly a plus for a floor plan that just works. As a guesthouse for friends, or a off-the grid great outdoors experience with onboard water storage, propane, and 12 volt battery power makes even more sense.
A full-function kitchen and bathroom design features custom-crafted solid walnut cabinetry in the kitchen and painted bathroom lavatory, with white solid surface countertops and oversized under-counter sinks.
Surprisingly adequate storage space is tucked in all living spaces for essentials. A technology nook behind the wall-mounted TV monitor contains all the right WiFi or plug and play connections for an active mobile lifestyle.
- Dual Fuel Refrigerator
- Tankless Water Heater
- 3 Burner Stovetop
- Air Conditioner with Heat Pump
- 22” TV & DVD with Double Arm, Locking TV Mount
- Auxiliary Audio Player, Amplifier and Speakers
- Custom Walnut Cabinetry with Walnut Veneer Doors, and Satin Clearcoat Finish
- Surfacing Sliding Bathroom Door with Whole Milk Plexiglass Insert
- Smoke Detector / CO2 / Gas Alarm / Detector
- White Corian Kitchen and Bath Countertops
- Single-Bowl Drop-in Undermount Stainless Steel Sink
- Stainless Steel Bath Sink
- Undersink Water Filtration System
- Bath Faucet /Shower Combo Faucet with Hand Sprayer
- Chrome Kitchen Faucet
- Blue Glass Bathroom Tile
Why so few photos? Innovative Spaces was founded in 2015 when our owner Nate Stover, who was then the head builder for Hofmann Architecture, took over the facility, tools and construction team from Hofmann to continue to grow the business. As such, we don't have as many photos as we'd like of this Airstream, but the timelessness of this project lives on and is a great example of what you might expect from us.
Give us a call to get your project started!